In another thread I questioned about the Rain-X deep-cleaning windshield
Since then I've done some Google searching - mostly reviews. Most like
Rain-X products but I've seen a few complain about haze, wiper problems and
other annoying results from their windshield products and the great
difficulty in removing them.
Being the cautious type (coward) I'm hesitant to try the stuff now.
On Saturday, March 22, 2014 1:07:10 PM UTC-5, KenK wrote:
I recommend the original exterior Rain-X...the interior anti-fog is nasty hazing shit! Using Rain-X saves your wipers and your washer fluid...I almost never use washer fluid! I have a gallon of washer for over 5 years!
I tried rain x years ago on my Dakota. The wipers had a hard time working
during a massive downpour. Put a permanant noise in the gears or bearings.
Not sure what type it was, thought there was only one.
I use th yellow rain x washer fluid with no problems on current vehicles,
and even works if thinned with water.
I slight haze or streaking occurs, but goes away.
We use the Rain-X Wiper fluid (the orange stuff not the yellow)...
Since we live on the Wet Coast of Canada we see more than our fair share
of rain. I find it works great and self applies as you clean the
windshield off when its not raining. It tends to start to wear off where
the wiper blades stop and change direction when it is raining for weeks
on end, but if you remember to do a few squirts every few days when it
is not raining it reapplies fairly quickly.
I really like how well it works when you get caught in a torrential
rain. Well others have their wipers going on high, I can turn mine off
and see very well.
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